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#41 of 99 ElijahS

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Posted July 21 2005 - 06:26 AM

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Here's a storage question for the group...hopefully not too far off topic.

I store my DVD collection on shelves. I seperate my movie collection from my TV on DVD collection. I'm curious to know how other collectors store their DVD collections.

I do the same thing. I'm probably within five sets of, spacewise at least, having my TV sets go over the movie space. By the end of the year, I'll definitely have TV sets outpacing movies.
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STUDIO 60 ON THE SUNSET STRIPThe all-new drama from the creator of THE WEST WING and SPORTS NIGHTPremiering this fall on NBCThe last five minutes of St. Elsewhere is the only television show, ever. Everything else is a daydream.

#42 of 99 Elizabeth S

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Posted July 21 2005 - 08:58 AM

I think I have about 80 - 90 TV boxsets.

Daryl, impressive list but no "The Job"?!? Posted Image

#43 of 99 Daryl Stovall

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Posted July 21 2005 - 09:31 AM

Oh trust me Lady Elizabeth, it's on my soon to buy list.

#44 of 99 Chet_F

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Posted July 21 2005 - 12:27 PM

41 titles of series, mini-series, and movies from TV. I'd have double or triple that if I could afford it.
"If you’re lucky, people like something you do early and something you do just before you drop dead. That’s as many pats on the back as you should expect." - Warren Zevon 1993, R.I.P.

#45 of 99 Kieran Brown

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Posted July 21 2005 - 07:43 PM

24 Season 1
24 Season 2
24 Season 3
Angel Season 1 Part 1
Angel Season 1 Part 2
Angel Season 2 Part 1
Angel Season 2 Part 2
Angel Season 3 Part 1
Angel Season 3 Part 2
Angel Season 4 Part 1
Angel Season 4 Part 2
Angel Season 5 Part 1
Angel Season 5 Part 2
Buffy Season 1
Buffy Season 2 Part 1
Buffy Season 2 Part 2
Buffy Season 3 Part 1
Buffy Season 3 Part 2
Buffy Season 4 Part 1
Buffy Season 4 Part 2
Buffy Season 5 Part 1
Buffy Season 5 Part 2
Buffy Season 6 Part 1
Buffy Season 6 Part 2
Buffy Season 7 Part 1
Buffy Season 7 Part 2
Alias Season 1
Alias Season 2
Alias Season 3
Felicity Season 1
Everybody Loves Raymond Season 1
Everybody Loves Raymond Season 2
Charmed Season 1
Charmed Season 2
Dawson's Creek Season 1
Dawson's Creek Season 2
Dawson's Creek Season 3
The Simpsons Season 1
The Simpsons Season 2
The Simpsons Season 3
The Simpsons Season 4
The Simpsons Season 5
Futurama Season 1
Futurama Season 2
Futurama Season 3
Futurama Season 4
Family Guy Season 1
Family Guy Season 2
The Nanny Season 1
Nip/Tuck Season 1
The Secret Life Of Us Season 1
McLeod's Daughters Season 1
McLeod's Daughters Season 2
SeaChange Season 1
Home Improvement Season 1
Home Improvement Season 2
Newlyweds Season 1
Spider-Man: The New Animated Series Season 1
Friends Season 1
Friends Season 2
Friends Season 3
Friends Season 4
Friends Season 5
Friends Season 6
Friends Season 7
Friends Season 8
Friends Season 9
Best Of Friends Part 1 & 2
Best Of Friends Part 3 & 4
Six Feet Under Season 1
Six Feet Under Season 2
Just Shoot Me Season 1 & 2
Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em Complete Series
Cold Feet Season 1
The X Files Season 1
The X Files Season 2
The X Files Season 3
The X Files Season 4
The X Files Season 5
The X Files Season 6
The X Files Season 7
The X Files Season 8
The X Files Season 9
Kath & Kim Season 1
Kath & Kim Season 2
That 70s Show Season 1
Roswell Season 1
Roswell Season 2
CSI Season 1
CSI Season 2
Dark Angel Season 1 Part 1
Dark Angel Season 1 Part 2
Dark Angel Season 2 Part 1
Dark Angel Season 2 Part 2
Firefly Complete Series
Monk Season 1
Scrubs Season 1
Smallville Season 1
Smallville Season 2
The 4400 Season 1
The Flintstones Season 1
The Flintstones Season 2
The O.C. Season 1
The Osbournes Season 1
Will & Grace Season 1
Will & Grace Season 2
Without A Trace Season 1
Punk'd Season 1
Punk'd Season 2
CrashBurn Complete Series
The Adventures of Tintin
Band Of Brothers

In my furniture I only have a chest of drawers that has 3 shelves that contains my movie DVDs and is completely full. In another cabinet are my Buffy and Angel DVDs. And then finally in my wardrobe is all my other tv dvd series of which have had to be stacked up on one another, with 2 full stacks of movie DVDs beside it. I'm out of room pretty much!! I just don't know what to do. I think I need some new furniture. Lol. But then again I don't know if I want my tv dvds on display because all I do is get criticised for buying them, the only good thing about having them on display is getting to see them all and much easier access. But I have to do something because by the end of the year I will own many many more.

#46 of 99 MichelleB

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Posted July 22 2005 - 07:38 AM

Who's The Boss? Season One
Friends Season One
Friends Season Two
Friends Season Three
Friends Season Four
Friends Season Five
Friends Season Six
Friends Season Seven
Friends Season Eight
Friends Season Nine
Friends Series Finale
Seinfeld Season One
Seinfeld Season Two
Seinfeld Season Three
Seinfeld Season Four
Lois & Clark Season One
Taxi Season One
Taxi Season Two

That's my list!! Not as big as some other people on here but it's growing really fast...

Shows I Want on to see on DVD:
- Who's the Boss? Seasons 2-8
- Law & Order: SVU Season 9
- The Nanny Seasons 4-6
- Taxi Seasons 4-5

#47 of 99 Rhoq

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Posted July 22 2005 - 07:56 AM

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1 All In The Family – The Complete First Season
2 Arrested Development – The Complete First Season
3 Beast Wars: Transformers – The Complete First Season
4 Beast Wars: Transformers – The Complete Second Season
5 Lewis Black: Black On Broadway
6 Lewis Black: Unleashed
7 David Blaine: Fearless
8 George Carlin: Complaints & Grievances
9 Chappelle’s Show – The Complete First Season
10 Chappelle’s Show – The Complete Secons Season
11 Dave Chappelle – Killin’ Them Softly
12 Clerks: Uncensored
13 Dead Like Me – The Complete First Season
14 Diff’rent Strokes – The Complete First Season
15 Doogie Howser, M.D. - The Complete First Season
16 Eerie, Indiana – The Complete Series
17 In Living Color – The Complete First Season
18 Jem & The Holograms – The Complete First & Second Seasons
19 The Jetsons – The Complete First Season
20 Justice League: Secret Origins
21 M*A*S*H – The Complete First Season
22 M*A*S*H – The Complete Second Season
23 M*A*S*H – The Complete Third Season
24 M*A*S*H – The Complete Fourth Season
25 M*A*S*H – The Complete Fifth Season
26 M*A*S*H – The Complete Sixth Season
27 M*A*S*H – The Complete Seventh Season
28 M*A*S*H – The Complete Eighth Season
29 Married…With Children – The Complete First Season
30 Meat Loaf: VH-1 Storytellers
31 Murphy Brown – The Complete First Season
32 National Lampoon’s Favorite Deadly Sins
33 Night Court – The Complete First Season
34 The Outer Limits: Aliens Among Us Collection
35 The Outer Limits: Death & Beyond Collection
36 The Outer Limits: Fantastic Androids & Robots Collection
37 The Outer Limits: Mutations & Transformations Collection
38 The Outer Limits: Sex & Science Fiction Collection
39 The Outer Limits: Time Travel & Infinity Collection
40 The Outer Limits: Best of Seasons One & Two
41 Reno 911 – The Complete First Season
42 Reno 911 – The Complete Second Season
43 SNL: Best of Will Ferrell
44 SNL: Best of Steve Martin
45 SNL: Best of Eddie Murphy
46 Sledge Hammer! – The Complete First Season
47 Something The Lord Made
48 The Sopranos – The Complete First Season
49 The Sopranos – The Complete Second Season
50 The Sopranos – The Complete Third Season
51 The Sopranos – The Complete Fourth Season
52 The Sopranos - The Complete Fifth Season
53 South Park – The Complete First Season
54 South Park – The Complete Second Season
55 South Park – The Complete Third Season
56 South Park – The Complete Fourth Season
57 South Park – The Complete Fifth Season
58 South Park presents: Timmy!
59 Star Wars: Clone Wars, Vol. 1
60 Stitch! The Movie
61 Tales From The Crypt - The Complete First Season
62 That ‘70s Show – The Complete First Season
63 That ‘70s Show – The Complete Second Season
64 Three’s Company – The Complete First Season
65 Tom & Jerry: Spotlight Collection
66 Transformers – The Complete First Season
67 Transformers – Season Two, Part One
68 Transformers – Season Two, Part Two
69 Transformers – Season Three, Part One
70 Transformers – Season Three, Part Two & Season Four
71 Triumph: The Insult Comic Dog (Best of – Late Nite with Conan O’Brien)
72 21 Jump Street – The Complete First Season
73 21 Jump Street – The Complete Second Season
74 What’s Happening!! – The Complete First Season
75 What’s Happening!! – The Complete Second Season
76 Robin Williams: Live On Broadway


Make that 78 - I've just added Dead Like Me - The Complete Second Season and Titus: Seasons 1 & 2 to my collection. Posted Image

#48 of 99 Daryl Stovall

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Posted July 27 2005 - 07:50 AM

I can add these to my meager list of TV Sets:
- Brady Bunch Season Two
- Dark Shadows Vol. 19
- Gilligan Island Season Three
- Third Rock From the Sun Season One
- Battlestar Gallactica Season One (Best Buy Exclusive)

#49 of 99 Wezzo

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Posted July 27 2005 - 08:09 AM

Currently 94 sets (23 different shows). Not too bad.

The shows:

The Simpsons
King Of The Hill
Futurama
Family Guy
Frasier
Friends
The Flintstones
24
Saved By The Bell
Father Ted
My Family
Bread
Seinfeld
The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air
Malcolm In The Middle
Diff'rent Strokes
Derren Brown Trick Of The Mind
Jonathan Creek
Clarissa Explains It All
3rd Rock From The Sun
Have I Got News For You
Only Fools and Horses
Red Dwarf

Oh how I envy you, Daryl (Stovall)! Is your movie collection as extensive?

#50 of 99 Daryl Stovall

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Posted July 27 2005 - 08:25 AM

It's pretty impressive. Just recently, I had to box-up A large portion to accomodate all the upcoming TV releases since TV on DVD is my new obsession/priority Posted Image

#51 of 99 Wezzo

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Posted July 27 2005 - 08:29 AM

Haha! Yeah, TV on DVD is my priority too - though not to the same extent as you Posted Image

My pitiful 40-movie collection now feels even more depressing..! Posted Image

#52 of 99 Daryl Stovall

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Posted July 27 2005 - 08:44 AM

Yeah my collection is pretty extreme but you gotta admit ain't nothin' cooler than looking at Alias/24/Buffy etc back to back without commercial breaks or (even) worse, a whole week of waiting to see what happens next and I won't (even) get into those pesky four to six week re-run periods until sweeps month (Oh the inhumanity!) Posted Image

#53 of 99 Wezzo

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Posted July 27 2005 - 08:55 AM

Ah, it's very true.. nothing beats a whole season of 24 watched over a couple of days with little else except food and sleep! Posted Image After watching it on DVD I don't think I could ever go back to watching it on TV.

#54 of 99 Roman-K

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Posted July 27 2005 - 06:55 PM

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Benny Hill Show, TheBenny Hill, Complete And Unadulterated: The Naughty Early Years - Set 1
Dukes of Hazzard, TheThe Complete 1st Season
The Complete 2nd Season
The Complete 3rd Season
Everybody Loves RaymondThe Complete 1st Season
The Complete 2nd Season
The Complete 3rd Season
Family GuyVolume 1
Volume 2
FuturamaVolume 1
Volume 2
Volume 3
Volume 4
Gilligan's IslandThe Complete 1st Season
The Complete 2nd Season
The Complete 3rd Season
Happy DaysThe Complete 1st Season
King of the HillComplete 1st Season
Laverne & ShirleyThe Complete 1st Season
M*A*S*HSeason 1
Season 2
Season 3
Season 4
Season 5
Season 6
Season 7
Season 8
Magnum, P.I.The Complete 1st Season
The Complete 2nd Season
Married... with ChildrenThe Complete 1st Season
The Complete 2nd Season
The Complete 3rd Season
Night CourtSeason 1
QuincySeasons 1 & 2
Red DwarfSeries 1
Series 2
Series 3
Series 4
Series 5
Series 6
Ren and Stimpy Show, TheThe 1st And 2nd Seasons
SeinfeldVol 1 - Seasons 1 & 2
Vol 2 - Season 3
Vol 3 - Season 4
Simpsons, TheThe Complete 1st Season
The Complete 2nd Season
The Complete 3rd Season
The Complete 4th Season
The Complete 5th Season
Stargate SG-1Season 1 Box Set
Season 2 Box Set
TaxiThe Complete 1st Season
The Complete 2nd Season
Three's CompanySeason 1
Season 2
Season 3
Season 4
Wonder WomanThe Complete 1st Season
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#55 of 99 Erik*N

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Posted July 28 2005 - 05:13 AM

Alias Seasons 1 and 2
Buffy Seasons 1 - 7
Angel Seasons 1 - 5
Saved by the Bell Seasons 1 and 2
Everybody loves Raymond Season 1
Sex and the City Seasons 1 and 2
The Flintstones Season 1
Spongebob Season 1
Friends Seasons 1 - 9
Firefly Complete Series

#56 of 99 ElijahS

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Posted July 28 2005 - 06:08 AM

Since storage has come up in this thread, here's a question: I'm preparing to move into my dorm room within the next month, and I'm only taking my TV DVDs since that's what I watch more than anything. Would anyone have a suggestion on what to use to store them? I want to use something that can be easily moved multiple times.
- Elijah

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STUDIO 60 ON THE SUNSET STRIPThe all-new drama from the creator of THE WEST WING and SPORTS NIGHTPremiering this fall on NBCThe last five minutes of St. Elsewhere is the only television show, ever. Everything else is a daydream.

#57 of 99 Dean C

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Posted July 28 2005 - 07:04 AM

son of the beach vol 1
7th Heaven s1 and 2
Frasier s1-5 and 11
Cheers s1, 3,4,5
Magnum PI s1
Charlie Angels 1
Doogie Howser 1
Different Strokes 1
StarTrek Next Generation 1, 5, 7
All 3 sets of Gilligan's Island
Miami Vice

Want to get Son of the beach finished. Not continuing Charlies Angels, Magnum, Diff Strokes, Miami Vice cause of comments from other sets. StarTrek sets too expensive.
Will finish only Frasier, and Gilligan's I want the Rescue episodes, I have the Globetrotters one and short lived cartoon GI series on videotape.

#58 of 99 Dean C

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Posted July 28 2005 - 07:07 AM

For moving around alot. A friend has put favorite dvd's in those cd zippered holders. The empties and other dvd boxes he just stores in boxes.

#59 of 99 TravisR

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Posted July 28 2005 - 07:20 AM

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For moving around alot. A friend has put favorite dvd's in those cd zippered holders. The empties and other dvd boxes he just stores in boxes.


If you keep them in a DVD/CD wallet make sure you keep your room locked or keep the wallet locked in a trunk! When I was in school, I knew a couple of people who got hundreds of CDs stolen because someone walked into their room and took their CD wallet. It's alot harder to steal a hundred DVDs in their cases than in a small DVD wallet. The unfortunate thing is that it's also a lot harder for you to move them in their cases too.

It sounds paranoid but an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

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#60 of 99 MichaelColvin

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Posted July 28 2005 - 08:45 AM

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Since storage has come up in this thread, here's a question: I'm preparing to move into my dorm room within the next month, and I'm only taking my TV DVDs since that's what I watch more than anything. Would anyone have a suggestion on what to use to store them? I want to use something that can be easily moved multiple times.


Take it from me, storage in a dorm is tight. I might suggest bringing a CD-Binder and putting your sets in them. It's not ideal, but it's better than not having what you want.

My dorm room (granted it was four years ago) but I had a shelf for DVDs and 2 shelves for books and notes.

Of course this was the start of my DVD collecting days, so I would do it differently now.

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